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Service: Enfield Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service
Teams: Generic and NDS Team and Child Development Team (CDT) (Options for split posts between two teams)
Post: 2.8 WTE Clinical/Counselling Psychologist
Hours: Full Time (WTE) 37.5hrs/week
* part time will be considered, please see note below
Location: Enfield CAMHS - Bay Tree House
(with occasional travel to other Trust sites as necessary)
BEHMHT CAMHS were awarded ‘Good’ by the CQC in October 2017.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for 2.8 WTE Clinical/Counselling Psychologists to join Enfield CAMHS with a possibility for a split post between our Generic Team and our Child Development Team. The posts are for both teams. We would welcome options of split posts between the two teams or full/part-time in one.
The Generic & Neurodevelopmental (NDS) Team provides a comprehensive range of assessment and therapeutic interventions, and consultation to professionals dealing with children, young people and families with emotional and behavioural difficulties, as well as providing assessment and treatment for Autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions. As part of the Generic team we have also an opportunity to work with children under 5 and their parents/carers within the local Children’s Centres.
Child Development Team (CDT) is a paediatrician-led MDT which includes specialist CAMHS Clinical Psychology provision for the assessment and treatment of Autism and other neuro-developmental conditions in young children up to age 6.
The CDT post holder/s will have a leading role in the Team. They will provide specialist psychological assessment and intervention to young people and families, line management and clinical supervision to the CDT Band 7 Clinical Psychologist and will play a lead role in the development of the service. Previous experience of psychological assessment and intervention for CYPF with neurodevelopmental and other developmental difficulties is essential.
The Generic post holder/s will provide access/referral screening and management, conduct assessments and deliver psychological therapies for a broad range of mental health conditions meeting specialist CAMHS criteria. The role is mainly clinic-based and will focus on the delivery of timely, high quality interventions. The Generic post holder/s will have a leading role in the team and will be expected to provide management and clinical supervision to other clinicians and trainees.
In both posts there will be opportunities to work with and develop links with schools, GPs, Social Care and other community services. Enfield CAMHS is a central part of a local CYP-IAPT partnership, and our local transformation plan draws on the Thrive approach to delivery of care for young people. Our Service is committed to evidence-informed practice, young people’s participation and utilising outcome measures.
These posts will appeal to skilled CAMHS clinicians with UK Professional registration with the HCPC as a Clinical/Counselling Psychologist who enjoy a mix of generic and specialist work in dynamic, quality focussed CAMHS teams.
We welcome applications from enthusiastic, highly-motivated and resourceful individuals who are keen to work as part of a team. Clinical supervision will be provided. We will support individuals to develop specialist skills and pursue specific areas of interest or service development projects where appropriate. We also hold regular CPD and service development days across the whole service.
Candidates are requested to use the section "Supporting Information" on the application form to set out their reasons for applying and their suitability, referring to the person specification, for these posts.
*for these 2.8 WTE posts applicants are invited to apply for full time or part time hours in excess of WTE 0.6 (3 days per week). Please state in the supporting information if part time hours are sought.
For further details about the post, please contact:
Dr Bethanne Willingham (Senior Clinical Psychologist) on 020 8702 5160
Dr Dan Keren (Senior Clinical Psychologist) on 020 8702 5100
Dr Nick Clarke (Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Lead) on 020 8702 4070
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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